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7. A A I I I Mrs. Dorothy D. Houghton To Address Woman Club At Opening Guest Day Tea Williams To Have Open House Sunday Mr. and Mrs.

A. A. Roosevelt, have extended an invitatioa for friends to attend an open house at their home Sunday from 3 to 5 and 7 to to commemorate their Golden Wedding anniversary. -Mrs. Dorothy D.

Hough too. until two weeks ago deputy director of the Foreign Operations administration, and president of the General Federation of Women's clubs from ISM to 1352, will be the speaker the Ames Woman's club annual Cuest tea Monday at 2:30 in the of the Congregational cnurch. Her subject will be "Challenge of the Day." The September meeting wfll launch the 195S-195C club year. Ames members may invite guests, there will also be guests from 10 clubs of the Story County Federation as well as from the Carlisle Women's club. Since her retirement from gov- trnment service Mrs.

Houghton has returned to her home at Red Oak where her husband is president of the Houghton State bank. The speaker's many years of public service have been varied. She was appointed to assist Harold E. Stassen, director of the Foreign Operations administration, in April, 1953. and was specifically in charge of the Office for Refugees, Migration and Voluntary Assistance.

During her two and one-half years in that office she served as adviser with the United States delegation at the Fifth session of the Migration committee and before her return to this country toured west Germany and Berlin where she visited refugee camps and talked with the refugees themselves as well as with the officials engaged in the administration of reception and relief activities. To Venice In October, 1953. she went to Venice as a member of the United States delegation at the Sixth Session of the Migration committee and in April. 1954. she attended the Seventh Session in Geneva.

Mrs. Houghton's qualification for this work were formed from many facets of her philanthropic endeav- Mary Carol Halden, Thomas L. Earl Wed At Methodist Church On Sunday Mrs. Dorttfaj D. Hov hUm Honor Brides-To-Be At Roland Beverly Grunsted EOLAND--Mrs.

Loren Twedt honored Beverly Grunsted with a When she was national head of bridal shower at the Salem chursh Federated Women's clubs, substantial assistance was made available through the Federation's international good will program to help meet the needs of refugees in many parts of the world including 5235.000 for Korean relief and more than 26.000 pounds of cloth for youth centers in western Germany. To further the Federation's International Good WUI pro sbe led fomr world cooperation toHn to Enrope, the Near East, and Sooth America. She has the decoration of Officer of the Order of Orange Nassau conferred upon her by Queen Juliana of the Netherlands and the Gold Cross of the Order of Beneficience presented her by King Paul of po Sed Marcia Eggland. Susan parlors recently. Orpha Klaver had charge of the guest book at a lace covered table featuring a large bride doP.

Linda Anderson, a niece of the bride-to- be, received and arranged the gifts. Baskets of Cowers decorated the parlors. A small, lighted church and miniature bride and bridesmaid dolls in white and purple carried out the bride-elect's chosen colors. The hostess presented shoulder corsages to Beverly and her mother, Mrs. Shenden Grunsted.

Mrs. Weirbon acted as toastmistress. Devotions were given by Mrs. Olaf Helen, and a vocal trio corn- Bette Jean Larson ROLAND--On Friday, Aug. 26, the Bergen Lutheran church parlors were beautifully decorated for a miscellaneous shower held in honor of Bette Jean Larson who will be married on Sept.

10 to Donald Accola of Slater Mary Ann Sanvold was in charge of the program which consisted of a piano solo by Elizabeth Larson, a reading by Agnes Sjurson, and a song by a trio composed of Patty Morgan, Sherry Larson, and Sandra Miller who sang "Melody Of Love." Mrs. Clarence Hclvig read and there was a solo by Faye Ann Larson. All solos and songs were accompanied by Carolyn Towns- vick. Grace Johnson was in charge of the guest book during the evening 17 Mothers club of MeCallsburr schools, borne of Mrs. Dale Fincham.

7:45 p.m. Collegiate Methodist WSCS Circle p. Mrs. Austin! Kinc. Oliver.

I Congregational Women's Fel-j lowship. church parlors, p.m. Collegiate Methodist Circle 1. 2 p. F.

L. Thorpe. 143 Sheldon; Circle 3, 2 p. Ray Wakeley, 2144 Sunset Drive; Circle 2, 1 p. W.

E. McCullough. 119 South Oak; Circle 4. 7:45 p. Howard Nickey, 2836 Ross Road; Martha Wesleyan Guild.

7:30 p.m. Eleanor Barger, 326 North Franklin. Non-Parefl club--1 p. Mrs Frances Adams, 711 Hodge i avenue. i Utopa club 2 p.

with Eunice; Pierson. 507 Duff. Marian Rebekah 8 p. m. IOOF hall.

Homewood Ladies Golf club 8 a. m. tee-off. Bethesda Lutheran WMF--2 p. church parlors.

Collegiate Presbyterian Women's church social hall. Catholic Daughters--8 St. Cecelia's church parlors. 11 Brethren Women'i Fellowship--2 p.m. Collegiate Methodist WSCS Circle 2--1 pjn.

church. Friday Royal Neighbors dl America, Camp 4071--8 p.m., Scotty's Inn. 20th Century p. Mrs. Esther Le 440 Welch avenue.

Singular club--7 p. Mrs. E. E. Martin, 831 Seventh street Ames Council of United Church a.

Collegiate Methodist church. Art club--2 p. Mrs. Lucy Banks, 1226 Douglas avenue. Women's Relief p.

I.O.O.F. haw- Alice Peterson Completes Training At Marshalltown Mr. and Mrs. Themis Lewis Earl Mrs. Lela who i of Iowa thN sj, 'six! Mrs the next for Atch 1 where he be a coach in I Alice niene Grindem daughter of Mr.

and Mrs. J. A handkerchief trimmed m-iihi Grindem of Nevada, was of 23 i lace from -er grandmother's women graduated from the Evan- jdin- dress was carried for Hospital School of Nursing "something old" by Mary Carol at commencemeEt Halden when she became the bride'exercises held in the Senior High 'of Thomas Lewis Earl Sunday at 3'Schoo! auditorium there on Sunday, p. m. in the First Methodist Aug.

28. The Rev. Robert Pinnell read the' Mr. and Mrs. Griadem and soo ring marriage service.

-John, aud Mrs Peterson's uctV The bride is the oniv daughter of an aunt, Dr. aad Mrs C'avLo- and Mrs. A C. Halden. 825.Mt-ver of Des aii-r Clark avenue, arsd the bridegroom's the "raci parents are Mr. Mrs. Fred A 930 Ash avenue Fans of white chrysanthemums, gladiolus and stocks ar.d seven-tier car.delabra holding white caodlea provioed the bridal setting. "Wed- Praytr" way sung before the ceremony, and "Father, Son and Holy GhOit" was heard while the couple knelt it the altar Soloist. was Mrs. W.

B. Moore WaJtz Length GOWB Given "i marriage by her bride woie a allz length gowni of imported Chantilly lace and r.y-i tulle slipper satin Fhe molded bodice was styled bate3u neckline embroidered iridescent sequins and buiwed down the back with but- 1 The bouffant tulle skirt fell, from a lice yoke Her short veil' i was attached to a satin head band, itnmmed with pearls Miss Halden carried her Rainbow Bible with a white Matron of honor was Mrs. Halden, sister-in-law of the bride. of Long Branch, N. J.

were Ruth and June Earl, twin sis-1 Iters of the groom, and Kandace! iMcDoneL cousin of the bride, of Spencer, was flower girl i Alice Peterson Daughters Hostesses At 25th Anniversary Fete For Maywalds For additional society See Page 4. Following the program the bride- aqua. bride, her mother, Mrs. Floyd Larson, and the groom's" mother, Mrs. Joyce Accola were each presented yellow mum corsages.

A buffet style lunch was served from a lace covered table which was centered with a floral arrangement of yellow daisies and yellow candles. The lunch was carried out in the bride's colors, yellow and to-be opened her gifts assisted by Arlene Larson and Faye Ann Lar- Hostesses for the evening were the Mesdames Eldon Chance. Arnie Greece Both presentations were made at Washington by ambassador from the two countries. Mrs. Houghton was voted Iowa's most distinguished woman in 1946 and was Iowa Mother of 1948.

She was chosen as a presidential elector by the Iowa State Republican convention in January. 1953 and was elected vice president of the electoral college for a 4-year term --the first time a woman has been made an officer of the electoral coDege. Outstanding Humanitarian In December, 1954 she was presented a gold international cup of good will for outstanding humanitarian work in the international field by the All Nations club in Washington. Mr. and Mrs.

Houghton have four children--three sons who are in the banking business and a daughter who is married to an Iowa attorney The Houghtoos have eight grandchildren. The speaker was graduated from Wellesley college in 1912. She holds several honorary degrees including the LL. from Coe college. Cedar Rapids and the Doctor of Humanities from Tarkio college, Tarkio, Mo.

She received the Doctor of Letters from American -university, Washington, D.C.-the first woman to receive an honorary degree from this universitv. sbe was the to jkUfci tfce at Ameri- Tjernagel and Faye Ann Larson sang Happy Home Poems and advice to the bride were in charge of Mary Ann Sand- voJd. Mary Ann Bakke sang "Bless This House," and poems and recipes for the bride were given json. Others assisting were Janet Sorenson, Elmer Jacobson, Alta Goodmanson, Georgette Highland Johnson, Ed Nerem, Harvey Skie, Sherman Larson, Gene Egeland, Darrell Lars con Olaf Highland, and Sherry Larson. Mrs.

Darrell Larson was parlor hostess during the evening, assisted by Georgette Highland. The Sherilyn Grunsted, and Janet Lee. Mrs. Otis B. Anderson.

Mrs. James Knutson sang "Wedding Daj." Mrs. Myrl Johnson accompanied the vocal numbers at the pic no A lace cloth over orchid was used Jon the sen ing table, centered with a bo.vl of large purple asters and orchid candles in crystal Mrs. and also played for the guests who sang "Home Sweet Home" at the close of the program. assisted in her sister.

Miss Grunsted was opening her gifts by can university. In June. 1954, she was awarded the honorary deirree of Doctor of Science and Government from the University of Tampa, Fla. Music for the opening tea will be provided by Mrs. Harold Giebelstein and Mrs.

Carl Brown. Story county federated clubs from which guests are expected include the Nevada Woman's club, the Twentieth Century club of Ames, Story City club, Gilbert Woman's club, Cambridge Woman's club, Maxwell Alpha Delphic, Maxwell Literary and Social. Maxwell Monday Study club, the Farrar Woman's club and the Colo Woman's club. Mrs. W.

E. Holmes, president, will hold a short business session. Tea will be served the church parlor by the social committee. George Highland, Eugene Christian and Julius Christian, all aunts and cousins of the bride. Offer Confederate Bills ATLANTA (UP)--Six persons offered today to replace a J100 and a $50 Confederate bill -which Guests attending the fete were 'jcom Maxwell.

Greenfield, Ames. Huxley, Des Moines, Perry, Sheldahl and Cambridge. Shenden Grunsted poured About 80 we re stolen from a money display- on loan to the public library from the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts guests were present. Mrs. Twedt was assisted in serving Mesdames Orvflle Twedt.

Andrew Bakke, Orvis Anderson, Gale Eggland and Fred Waugh Forest fires are ALWAYS destructive. Fires ruin good fishing, igood hunting and good picnic spots. "Tops for Fall" If you like your blousex pliin or printed or long sleeved tailored or fanciful we have the right blouse for vow! $2.98 up 4 Drawings Lnt week's winners (Kathy Curry. Judy Davit and Mrs. Gent HMWCH) KM! not CAMPU1TOWN Two' A happy pair with clever striped jacket atop a simple princess dress, both of Chromspun Acetate.

Doubles your wardrobe. Sizes 9 to 15. $25 Charge Wclcomt Our Lay-A-Way HI Main CAMBRIDGE a i and Joyce Maywald were hostesses at! open house in the Maywald home on Sunday in honor of the silver wedding anniversary of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. H.

R. Maywald. The table was centered with an anniversarv cake decorated with white flowers and siKer leaves. A bouquet of white roses was on the table. Individual squares of cake, mints, nuts and coffee were served by Mrs.

Clarence Nassen. Mrs. J. Martin and Mrs. Fred Maywald.

Mrs. Neil Sesker was in charge of the guest book. One relatives and friends called to wish Mr. and Mrs Maywald many more anniversaries Herman R. Maywald and Hazel Cook were married Aug.

26, 1930, at Perry by the Rev. Peter Jacobs. Mrs. Emrnett Scott and Lester fieffe Jean Larson To Wed Saturday ROLAND--Mr. and Mrs.

Floyd E. Larson, of Roland, announce the engagement and forth-coming marriage of their daughter, Bette Jean, to Donald Accola, son of Mrs. Joyce Accola of Slater. The wedding will take place Sept. 10, at 8 p.m.

at the Bergen Lutheran Church in Roland. The matron of honor wore a ffOwM of rold net over taffeta with fitted bodice, fall skirt, batean neckline with pearl beads and had a matching blusher. Similarly styled were the bine towns of the bridesmaids and the cold one worn by the flower firl. All wore net gloves and carried cascades of cold fugi mums. WOMEN'S FELLOWSHIP of ihe Evangelical-United Brethren church will meet in groups Thursday at 2 p.

m. Martha Circle will meet with Mrs. N. P. Paulson, 1118 Kellogg avenue; Ruth Circle will meet with Mrs.

Merle Dalev, 1517 Stafford: Esther circle will be guests of Mrs. C. Guy Deal, 927 Fifth street- ST. THOMAS AQUINAS GUILD Dr. Frank Halden, brother of thej.

will hold a meeting tonight at bride, of Long Branch, was best 18 o'clock in the student center ol Also assisting the groom were; the church. Hostess group will John Elliott of Cedar Rapids. Jack 1 St. Anne's Circle of which Mrs. Nicholson of Ames.

Jim Smith of George tigne is chairman. Marengc and Dick Houk of be a board meeting at 7 p. m. Park, I1L preceding the general session. Candlelighters were Sue Gillen and Janet Peterson, sorority sisters I in charge of Barbara Egemo and of the bride.

I Diana Alcock, and gifts were cared For her daughter's wedding Mrs. for by Pat DeLa and Marilyn Halden wore a blue brocaded dress i Jensen, sorority Bisters of the bride. COLLEGIATE METHODIST WSCS Circle 2 will meet for a 1 p.m. with matching hat and a lavender orchid corsage. The bridegroom's mother was attired in a green embroidered dress with which she wort- green accessories and a lav ender orchid corsage.

Kcception The conple is honeymooning in Wisconsin. For traveling Mrs. Kan wore a blue suit with wbtte accessories and a white orchid corsage. Mr. and Mrs.

Earl will their home at Blytheville, Ark. Tta A reception for guests was held in i bnde. a senior at Iowa State col- Cook, sister and brother of the bride were their attendants. The Maywalds have two daughters, Manlvn Maywald of Moines and Joyce Maywald towa Citv. luncheon Thursday at the church the church parlor.

Placed on the' lege, is a member of Chi Omega so- mstead of with Mrs. W. E. McCul- white table was thejcial lough as was earlier announced, white wedding cake trim-' A graduate of Iowa State college med with miniature bride and and a member of Delta Upsilon so- groom, bells and wedding slippers the bridegroom is hall. It was surrounded mil ax and! now a second lieutenant in tne an I WOMEN'S RELIEF CORPS will meet at the I O.O Friday at 12.30 p.

m. for a covered Ro'd mums and flanked by three- force dish dinner The regular meeting tier candelabra. I attended the ceremony will be at 2 o'clock I Mrs. Richard McDonel of Spencer from Long Beach. Calif, Long and Sue Gillen cut the wedding' Branch.

N. Chicago, Mar.s- cake. Mrs. J. Halden of Omo, and Albert Lea.

with Mrs. a Mrs. C. L. Miller of Alta pour- and from Mubcatme, Washington, i ART CLUB of vnll meet AMES COUNCn, OF UNITED Church Women will meet Fri-j Banks, 1226 Douglas, Friday Hostesses were Jan Obrien.

Des Davton. Stratford. Barbara Houk, Patricia Dale and Spencer. Aita.

Boone. Newton. ID- Janet Peterson. The guest book and Sioux City in this state. noon at 2 o'clock.

SINGULAR CLUB meet Friday with Mrs E. Martin, 831 Seventh, for o'clock dessert. Mrs. J. G.

Hummel day morning at 9:30 in the Colleg- will be assistant hostess. late Methodist church. Fire is a destroyer of 20TH CENTURY club meets with Mrs Esther upland i Welch. Friday at 2 30 oirds and game. Keep fire out of i Mrs.

Hme will a charge of devo- woods and fields Protect food and tior.s. Mrs. Tisler will have charge F. cover for wildlife. of the program.

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